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Do not hurry yourself, I entreat.
Say no more against it, I entreat you.
And I entreat you to say a word for me to Mr.
There is but one favor I would entreat of you.
Entreat me to believe it no more, Miss Manette.
But she would never entreat it or make friends with it.
Then I will entreat him to confirm what I have done and.

This I most earnestly entreat, and I know you will comply.
But I, all of us, her relatives, all who love her, beg you, entreat you.
I entreat the Senate to recollect the high ground they occupy with the nation.
But I entreat your patience with one who is already bowed down by inward trial.
I entreat him to read the Bible, and make it his only test of truth and error, right and wrong.
We apologize in due form: we are in despair, we entreat forgiveness for the unfortunate misunderstanding.
When his father heard of his resentment of the welcome of his younger brother, he went out to entreat him.
Sir, I conjure you, I entreat now, sir, give me your most sacred word of honor, that you will not tell her.
I entreat them to consider that the difficulties of unbelief are far greater than the difficulties of faith.
Yulia Mihailovna beckoned to me hurriedly, and whispered to me to run to Karmazinov and entreat him to begin.
I must at once entreat this young girl's hand of her parents, for she is the wife appointed for me by the oracle.
And, as I ask you not to be surprised at the temptation to leave Christ, so also I entreat you not to be shaken by it.
Above all things, I resolved that I would not entreat him, and that I would die making some last poor resistance to him.
She instantly begged her sister would entreat Lady Middleton to take them home, as she was too miserable to stay a minute longer.
Entreat her that she be pleased to show thee how thou canst execute the command she gives thee, for she will, such is her goodness.
Now we entreat that we may depart from them; And Michael said to the angels Wait till I learn from the Lord what shall come to pass.
Now, if I entreat, if I order you to live, Morrel, it is in the conviction that one day you will thank me for having preserved your life.
I did nothing but beg and entreat him to give me the key of the torture-chamber, promising to be his wife if he granted me that request.
Wherefore remove grief from you and crush not the Holy Spirit which dwells in you lest he entreat God against you and he withdraw from you.
I entreat you to observe that I have come here voluntarily, in response to that written appeal of a fellow-countryman which lies before you.
Let me earnestly entreat all whom I address today to turn from the black clouds in his horizon, to look at the blue sky, and to be thankful.
Now, if anyone who reads this paper is tempted in this fashion, I entreat him for Christ's sake to be firm, to play the man, and resist the temptation.
Looking round at the door, not without embarrassment, I began to entreat Elena Ivanovna to calm herself, and above all not to use the shocking word flay.
But she sat perfectly still in his grasp, and only said, in a low voice, "I entreat you, good gentlemen, do not come near us, do not speak, do not move!".
If it be so, I am sure you must be included in that part, that discerning part, and therefore entreat you to let me know how far I have been rightly informed.
The water stood in my eyes to hear this avowal of his dependence; just as if a royal eagle, chained to a perch, should be forced to entreat a sparrow to become its.
After a suitable and decent pause, the principal chiefs arose, and,approaching the patriarch, they placed his hands reverently on their heads, seeming to entreat a blessing.
Upon this occasion my father said, with an expression of unbounded wonder, My dearest Victor, what infatuation is this? My dear son, I entreat you never to make such an assertion again.
In fact, when I entered his room and saw his face, so tranquil despite its surprise, I felt no longer able to tell him anything, to confess anything, to entreat his forgiveness for anything.
I entreat of you not to go near him—at least to-night; and if to-morrow your curiosity still continues as great, pursue your researches if you will; but to-night you neither can nor shall.
Ah! Have pity on yourself, you miserable young child, who were sucking at nurse less than twenty years ago, and who have, no doubt, a mother still alive! I conjure you, listen to me, I entreat you.
But then Kolya's mother hastened to entreat the masters on her boy's behalf, and in the end Dardanelov, a respected and influential teacher, exerted himself in his favor, and the affair was ignored.
In tears Dimitri and Lubotshka would pursue me, and entreat me to accept their sacrifice, and I should consent to do so, and, perhaps, be happy ever afterwards—if only I were in love with Varenika.
His eyes were entreating with a look that.
Fairfax, entreating information on the subject.
How have you treated them, while entreating Me?
Soon I heard him earnestly entreating me to be composed.
He bent to see her averted face, but she held up her hand, entreating.
At last I drew back the curtain and began entreating him to put her on the bed.
And after telling some stories to prove his point, he ended by entreating them to.
After all, I thought, if she does not love me I will not change this by entreating her.
Secondly Grieving the Holy Spirit he works iniquity neither entreating the Lord nor confessing to Him.
He was persistently entreating her to wait for a carriage; the old man was alarmed and almost in tears.
He had his hand in her hair; Hareton attempted to release her locks, entreating him not to hurt her that once.
He had his hand in her hair; Hareton attempted to release her looks, entreating him not to hurt her that once.
Fetyukovitch flew to him in hot haste entreating him to keep quiet, and at the same instant pounced on Alyosha.
The commander of the regiment turned to Prince Bagration, entreating him to go back as it was too dangerous to remain where they were.
What has been my history, that I should be at the pains of entreating either them or you not to have it so! You made your own snares.
The commander of the regiment turned to Prince Bagratión, entreating him to go back as it was too dangerous to remain where they were.
They were discussing or disputing about something, or one voice was persuading, or entreating, while the other was refusing or protesting.
There was something at once so imperious and so entreating in voice and gesture that he involuntarily halted, and she wheeled and spurred on at a gallop.
She was unpleasantly conscious that she had been on the verge of speaking as "one of the foolish women speaketh"—telling first and entreating silence after.
He was alarmed at Virginsky's coming in, and as soon as the latter began speaking he waved him off from under the bedclothes, entreating him to let him alone.
In five minutes she had made love to the mare so effectively that the shy and hitherto somewhat disdainful creature was following her with a slack halter and an entreating nose.
They found Don Vicente in the arms of his servants, whom he was entreating in a broken feeble voice to leave him there to die, as the pain of his wounds would not suffer him to go any farther.
And being pricked at heart by the Holy Spirit they fell at his feet entreating and saying: We beseech you father give us that garment; for we believe in the living and true God whom you proclaimest.
To Virginsky's direct question, "Should they go or not?" he began suddenly waving his hands again, entreating him to let him alone, and saying that it was not his business, and that he knew nothing about it.
Yes, indeed, he was asking charity ! Could he imagine she would consent ? Yet he had humbled himself to put it to the test ; ho had tried entreating her ! This depth of spiritual degradation was insufferable to watch.
Three or four minutes passed by, while Velchaninoff heard the rapid interchange of whispers going on, and an occasional rather louder sound of Liza's voice, apparently entreating her father to leave her alone—so Velchaninoff concluded.
Though this was not all, for once settled he began to write a letter on the thin-slated wood tablets with ink and stylus that he had brought in with the maps; writing to his father, entreating Uthyr to support him in the coming Pictish wars.
They always decide it thus: that division of labor is right only when a special branch of man’s activity is so needful to men, that they, entreating him to serve them, voluntarily propose to support him in requital for that which he shall do for them.
Don Quixote, when he heard the lament and learned the cause, consoled Sancho with the best arguments he could, entreating him to be patient, and promising to give him a letter of exchange ordering three out of five ass-colts that he had at home to be given to him.
The sun had far descended, and I still sat on the shore, satisfying my appetite, which had become ravenous, with an oaten cake, when I saw a fishing-boat land close to me, and one of the men brought me a packet; it contained letters from Geneva, and one from Clerval entreating me to join him.
Leonela took her up in her arms and laid her on the bed, entreating Lothario to go in quest of some one to attend to her wound in secret, and at the same time asking his advice and opinion as to what they should say to Anselmo about his lady's wound if he should chance to return before it was healed.
Entreating Herbert to tell me how he had come to my rescue,—which at first he had flatly refused to do, but had insisted on my remaining quiet,—I learnt that I had in my hurry dropped the letter, open, in our chambers, where he, coming home to bring with him Startop whom he had met in the street on his way to me, found it, very soon after I was gone.
Not only were huge sums offered for the horses and carts, but on the previous evening and early in the morning of the first of September, orderlies and servants sent by wounded officers came to the Rostovs’ and wounded men dragged themselves there from the Rostovs’ and from neighboring houses where they were accommodated, entreating the servants to try to get them a lift out of Moscow.
Not only were huge sums offered for the horses and carts, but on the previous evening and early in the morning of the first of September, orderlies and servants sent by wounded officers came to the Rostóvs’ and wounded men dragged themselves there from the Rostóvs’ and from neighboring houses where they were accommodated, entreating the servants to try to get them a lift out of Moscow.
In the stages of exhaustion, its back legs trailing behind its flattened rump as though paralyzed: a rabbit that stared, white-eyed, from one side to the other, seeing nothing, yet finding no respite from its fear, and then fell to licking wretchedly at one ripped and bloody ear that drooped across its face: a rabbit that suddenly cried and wailed as though entreating the Thousand to come from every quarter to rid it of a misery too terrible to be borne.
This graduate, after some years of confinement, took it into his head that he was sane and in his full senses, and under this impression wrote to the Archbishop, entreating him earnestly, and in very correct language, to have him released from the misery in which he was living; for by God's mercy he had now recovered his lost reason, though his relations, in order to enjoy his property, kept him there, and, in spite of the truth, would make him out to be mad until his dying day.
That I had a fever and was avoided, that I suffered greatly, that I often lost my reason, that the time seemed interminable, that I confounded impossible existences with my own identity; that I was a brick in the house-wall, and yet entreating to be released from the giddy place where the builders had set me; that I was a steel beam of a vast engine, clashing and whirling over a gulf, and yet that I implored in my own person to have the engine stopped, and my part in it hammered off; that I passed through these phases of disease, I know of my own.
But now Don Fernando's friends, as well as the curate and the barber, who had been present all the while, not forgetting the worthy Sancho Panza, ran forward and gathered round Don Fernando, entreating him to have regard for the tears of Dorothea, and not suffer her reasonable hopes to be disappointed, since, as they firmly believed, what she said was but the truth; and bidding him observe that it was not, as it might seem, by accident, but by a special disposition of Providence that they had all met in a place where no one could have expected a meeting.
Here Fanny, who could not but listen, involuntarily shook her head, and Crawford was instantly by her side again, entreating to know her meaning; and as Edmund perceived, by his drawing in a chair, and sitting down close by her, that it was to be a very thorough attack, that looks and undertones were to be well tried, he sank as quietly as possible into a corner, turned his back, and took up a newspaper, very sincerely wishing that dear little Fanny might be persuaded into explaining away that shake of the head to the satisfaction of her ardent lover; and as earnestly trying to bury every sound of the business from himself in murmurs of his own, over the various advertisements of "A most desirable Estate in South Wales"; "To Parents and Guardians"; and a "Capital season'd Hunter.
Here Fanny, who could not but listen, involuntarily shook her head, and Crawford was instantly by her side again, entreating to know her meaning; and as Edmund perceived, by his drawing in a chair, and sitting down close by her, that it was to be a very thorough attack, that looks and undertones were to be well tried, he sank as quietly as possible into a corner, turned his back, and took up a newspaper, very sincerely wishing that dear little Fanny might be persuaded into explaining away that shake of the head to the satisfaction of her ardent lover; and as earnestly trying to bury every sound of the business from himself in murmurs of his own, over the various advertisements of “A most desirable Estate in South Wales”; “To Parents and Guardians”; and a “Capital season’d Hunter.
But then He waits to be entreated.
Him, and entreated Him to touch him.
I entreated, and finally attempted.
It was in vain that I entreated him.
Yahweh was entreated by him, and Rebekah.
His mother followed him and entreated Shri Maharaj.
I entreated them to restrain themselves, and begged of.
Brother, calm yourself, stop! Alyosha entreated him.
I entreated, and finally attempted to force her to retire.
I want the same she entreated with a grave expression.
I called to it, but it did not reply; I begged and entreated, but in vain.
The princess, who realized the consequences of such audacity, entreated me not.
Remembering the power of Archangel Michael, I entreated him to please help and.
Vera promised, and the prince entreated her not to tell anyone of his intention.
But Aglaya so entreated them that at last they consented to sell her the hedgehog.
Incredulously the child's tone entreated her mother to stop her hypnotized behavior.
The gentleman in return entreated him to reflect, for he knew he was under a delusion.
He entreated to be allowed to walk about, to have fresh air, books, and writing materials.
Stavros looked up at the ceiling, brought his hands together and entreated the higher being.
Clara's face had become sad, and she entreated: Oh, please let us stay here another hour or so.
Telling her of his intended visit, he entreated her to pack the things for Heidi as only she knew how.
For the Lord has pronounced against us all these evils that are come on us, and we have not entreated.
How is it then, you have not entreated Me?! And when I came to you, why did you not sit at My feet to listen?
He would send for the baby; though I entreated him rather to put it out to nurse and pay for its maintenance.
The prayers of all good Christians are entreated for these unfortunate men, that it may please God their crimes.
Glaucon and the rest entreated me by all means not to let the question drop, but to proceed in the investigation.
The count wished to go home, but Helene entreated him not to spoil her improvised ball, and the Rostovs stayed on.
The count wished to go home, but Hélène entreated him not to spoil her improvised ball, and the Rostóvs stayed on.
Which I entreated you to believe, again and again, most fervently, with all my heart, was capable of better things, Mr.
God of his fathers, 13 And prayed to him, and he was entreated of him, and heard his supplication, and brought him again to.
She saw clearly enough the whole situation, yet she was fettered: she could not smite the stricken soul that entreated hers.
Madame Hohlakov warmly entreated Alyosha to report this new miracle of prediction to the Superior and all the brotherhood.
Maccabeus saw that Nicanor began to be churlish to him, and that he entreated him more roughly than he was wont, perceiving that.
But she had not entreated silence, and to prevent Caleb's blame she determined to blame herself and confess all to him that very night.
Sancho once more kissed the duchess's hand, and entreated her to let good care be taken of his Dapple, for he was the light of his eyes.
The reader is nevertheless entreated to peruse it, because it contains certain information necessary to an understanding of this history.
When the boats were rapidly filling she appeared on deck with her canine companion and sadly entreated that he should be taken off with her.
He was followed by the widow, with two loaded pistols in her hand, and old Simon, who entreated them not to use violence or exasperate the enemy.
Don’t go giving me away for telling you this, Buster entreated, though he had the utmost faith in his cousin’s integrity and discretion.
Velchaninoff was entreated to appear entirely unconscious when Pavel Pavlovitch should appear again, just as though nothing whatever had happened.
So he entreats Krishn to.
And suddenly now, when he's going to be married for the third time, he imagines that this is a breach of some sort of parental duty to me, and entreats me a thousand miles away not to be angry and to allow him to.
But of all I saw and observed down there, what gave me most pain was, that while Montesinos was speaking to me, one of the two companions of the hapless Dulcinea approached me on one without my having seen her coming, and with tears in her eyes said to me, in a low, agitated voice, 'My lady Dulcinea del Toboso kisses your worship's hands, and entreats you to do her the favour of letting her know how you are; and, being in great need, she also entreats your worship as earnestly as she can to be so good as to lend her half a dozen reals, or as much as you may have about you, on this new dimity petticoat that I have here; and she promises to repay them very speedily.

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